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A very strong start to Vulgatron’s (Foreign Beggars) solo venture as he unleashes his new track – Deadman. It’s a riotous collision of dubstep and grime, backed up with some hefty production from Mark The Beast and Nitepunk. The video was made by Tarnish Vision. Stay tuned for more from Vulgatron coming soon.

Brand new music from my Foreign Beggars family, as they tear the end of the week a new one with Comatose. The distorted glitchy audible onslaught is produced by Ivy Labs and is available to stream/download on all the usual platforms via Division Recordings. Watch out for the Beggars UK tour, which kicks off next month, alongside those punk grime agitators, PENGSHUi. Read the rest of this entry »

Another blinding debut release right here, as Manchester-based producer, Pitch 92, drops his highly anticipated 3rd Culture album. It’s a debut for a producer who has long been a part of the UK scene, making a name for himself off the back of a string of solid collaborations alongside a number of artists including Verb T and more recently, DRS. He released his Lost in Space EP on High Focus last year to critical acclaim, but now he takes things up to new heights with this full-length project. Read the rest of this entry »

Pleased to see the arrival of a new video for one of my favourite tracks from 2018, as Foreign Beggars release the visuals for Blood in the Sink. Their album was full of fantastic features, including the mighty Kojey Radical, who lent his distinctive flows to this particular joint. The album, 2 2 Karma, is out now on Par Excellence.

Absolute beast of a video from Dirty Dike as he celebrates the release of his latest album. Rex 01 features a whole lot of talented cats, as the Dikestar calls up Inja, Killa P and Foreign Beggars to get busy over a DnB tinted banger from Pete Cannon. It’s one of many gems to be found on Acrylic Snail, Dike’s first proper release in three years and probably my favourite album of his (I’m calling it already). You can experience the album in all its glory below and you can grab a physical over at the High Focus store. Read the rest of this entry »

Fresh cuts from the Foreign Beggars family, as Nonames unveils his new project, E Numbers. Featuring a bold list of grime guest spots, including President T, Nolay, Marger and Roachee, the release also comprises some hefty remixes from Chimpo and Sumgii, as well as the instrumentals for each track. The whole thing is available to stream below, plus there is a brand new video for the Jammz, Marger and Grim Sickers laced track, Til I’m Rich. Read the rest of this entry »

Big tune from the Foreign Beggars family as they celebrate their 2 2 Karma Deluxe release. Standard features a killer verse from Rag’N’Bone Man – “I grew up on Task Force, Skinnyman, Rodney and Roots Manuva/Flew all the way to NY last week and heard man bump Dead Players in an Uber” – as well as some tight production from the always on point, Bangzy. The 2 2 Karma Deluxe edition is out now via Par Excellence and features this new track, as well as a selection of remixes.

The homie Nonames has knocked up a blistering mix of UK rap as a sort of showcase for the thriving scene we have in this country right now. It features a whole bunch of talented cats, including Lunar C, Henry Wu, Kojey Radical, Lee Scott, Savvy, Dream Mclean and of course Foreign Beggars. You might even find a couple of cheeky exclusives in there too. You can stream the mix and find the tracklist below. Read the rest of this entry »

The Beggars are back with a ridiculous line-up for the VIP remix of their recent banger, Toast. When the original emerged from the ether, we were treated to a lesson in blitzkrieg bars from Izzie Gibbs and Dizmack, as they smashed the Alix Perez co-produced beat to smithereens. But if you thought that was a lot, wait until you press play on this madness. Sparkz, Truthos, Physiks, Illaman, Mad Hed City, Killa P, Marger and Jumanji all jump on and in the process create an early contender for posse cut of the year. BANG.

Mad track here from UZ and Stooki Sound, as they draft in the ample talents of Orifice Vulgatron and Onoe Caponoe for Bang. The track is just one of the gems to be found on UZ’s Layers LP, which was released earlier in the year on Quality Goods Records.